Dirt To Dish at Hearth And Hill on September 19th

Hearth And Hill
Hearth And Hill
Hearth And Hill

On Thursday evening, September 19, Park City’s popular “gathering spot,” Hearth and Hill, will provide its guests an exciting way to celebrate the restaurant’s farmers, breadmakers and other local purveyor partners. For its inaugural “Dirt to Dish” special dinner event, Hearth and Hill will feature food stations serving a full variety of delicious dishes from many of its community purveyors. Adding to the festive atmosphere will be live music by Park City’s Shannon Runyon, one of Hearth and Hill’s frequent talented local performers.”   

“There are events for wine, beer and liquor tastings, but rarely do we celebrate the talents of those that work tirelessly in the fields, shops and classrooms to bring us the amazing products that we are able to put on our guests’ and students’ plates,” said Proprietor Brooks Kirchheimer. “We’re excited to honor our local purveyor partners in this special way.” 

“Dirt to Dish” will highlight the following area enterprises that fuel the fresh, innovative menus offered by Hearth and Hill (or, in the case of EATS, enrich our community): 

– Red Bicycle Breadworks (Park City)

– Ranui Gardens (Coalville)

– Copper Moose Farms (Park City)

– Beltex Meats (SLC)

– Wild Harvest Farms (Peoa)

– EATS Foundation (Park City)

The event is in lieu of Hearth and Hill’s normal daily dinner service, from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.  Tickets are $65+tax, plus the restaurant’s usual full bar service. A portion of the proceeds will benefit EATS Park City, a nonprofit sponsored by Hearth and Hill that is dedicated to ensuring every student has opportunities to develop lifelong healthy habits and access to fresh, nutritious food. Tickets are expected to sell out, so guests are encouraged to purchase early.  To purchase tickets for the first-ever “Dirt to Dish”, please call Hearth and Hill at (435) 200-8840. 

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.